After weeks of twiddling their thumbs and amusing themselves with passing and petty political happenings like the national midterm elections, Harvard students finally have the chance to engage something that matters: the Undergraduate Council presidential race.
In four centuries, much has changed. And yet, though tomato basil ravioli soup has waxed and male-only Puritan minister training has waned, one thing has remained the constant since Harvard’s inception: the University’s penchant for news-making scandal.
First off, congratulations: You’ve entered Week 2 of freshmen year at Harvard. The study cards are in, you’ve had the obligatory PAF froyo/JP Licks date, and if you’re really on your game, you even have a few friends you can group text for dinner!
The quick and dirty about what's been going on around the Ancient Eight (and other schools too).